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Root [CDMA] really should get with the times... still running old firmware...

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by paully, May 8, 2012.

  1. paully

    paully Well-Known Member
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    had a kiddo in december, and been slacking on the technogoonery. phone is still on build 1.13.652.1 and baseband 0.97.10.0808. hboot is 1.40.1100, btw.

    prolly time to upgrade.
    this thread:
    [ROM] STOCK 2.17.651.5 Update.zip + Radio/Firmware bits - xda-developers

    links to xHausx's post #403 that xHausx described as "Firmware w/o hBoot, System, Boot and Recovery partitions. (Must be S-OFF)", which the OP describes as "xHausx latest everything". which contains:
    adsp.img
    android-info.txt
    partition.img
    pg2fs_spcustom.img
    radio.img
    ramdisk.img
    rcdata.img
    rfg_1.img
    rfg_2.img
    rpm.img
    sbl1.img
    sbl2.img
    sbl3.img
    splash1.nb0
    tz.img
    wimax.img


    and then OP links freeza's post #131 from the same thread, that freeza described as "i assume this is for hboot 1.4 users, since I am one, but here's an update to all firmware/radio files in one zip.". which the thread's OP calls "Freeza All in one only from latest". which contains just:
    android-info.txt
    rcdata.img
    radio.img
    rpm.img
    sbl1.img
    sbl2.img
    sbl3.img
    tz.img


    I'm not sure what the extra stuff is in xHausx's:
    adsp.img
    partition.img
    pg2fs_spcustom.img
    ramdisk.img
    rfg_1.img
    rfg_2.img
    splash1.nb0
    rpm.img


    I guess there's no harm in at least flashing freeza's, total redundancy there. but does anyone know if I want xHausx's extra stuff, the splash1.nb0 prolly isn't too important, but new splashes are fun. ;), but how about the rest?

    thanks!
     

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  2. jerofld

    jerofld Fixing stuff is not easy
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    I flashed freeza's firmware. I recommend that one. And the new splashes are actually the same old splashes.
     
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